Peel & stick vinyl wallpaper is all the rage right now for homeowners and renters alike. It offers a convenient and stylish alternative to more permanent methods such as traditional wallpaper. However, many still believe myths and common misconceptions about this application method. Let's peel away the misinformation and chat about why vinyl is a great option for you!
Peel & Stick Vinyl is Bad Quality
One of the most common misconceptions about peel and stick wallpaper is that it's inferior in quality compared to traditional wallpapers. In reality, advancements in manufacturing have led to high-quality materials that are durable and long-lasting. Our peel and stick vinyl material is heavy duty, resistant to tears and easy to clean!
Difficult to Install
Some believe that installing peel and stick wallpaper requires advanced DIY skills or professional help. Peel and stick wallpapers are designed for easy installation, even for those with minimal DIY experience - just make sure you have an extra set of hands helping you! Our product comes with clear instructions, and the self-adhesive backing eliminates the need for messy glues and pastes. Be patient & try to have fun with it.
Damages Walls When Removed
Many consumers of peel and stick vinyl wallpaper are worried that removal will cause damage to their walls underneath. The truth is that most high-quality peel and stick wallpapers are designed to be easily removable without causing any harm to the underlying surface. The key is to follow the removal instructions carefully, pull down gently and take your time. If you have a high quality paint underneath no damage should occur. It's a perfect product for renters.
Only Suitable for Temporary Spaces
Some believe that peel and stick wallpaper is only suitable for temporary spaces or short-term use. While it's true that these wallpapers offer a fantastic solution for renters, event spaces/venues - they are equally suitable for long-term use in permanent homes. We've had a peel and stick vinyl wallpaper up in our powder room for 10 years now! As long as the walls are properly prepared before installation, peel and stick wallpaper can adhere securely for years to come and still look brand new.